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Director, Global Trade Compliance
& Logistics Solutions
Director, CTPAT Solutions
Isabelle is the founder and CEO of Centipid, a Westport, CT-based consulting firm, specializing in CTPAT, trade compliance and international supply chain optimization. She founded Centipid in 2000 after spending five years leading global logistics operations for a billion-dollar multinational company with manufacturing facilities in North America, Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Since founding Centipid, she has helped many companies optimize their trade compliance and supply chains. When the CTPAT program was first launched, Isabelle was a pioneer in helping companies get certified. Since that time, she’s helped her clients maintain their CTPAT programs, comply with new Minimum Security Criteria, and guided them through many successful revalidations in the U.S. and around the globe. Isabelle received her degree in Marketing from the University of Liege in Belgium and earned an MBA in Business Administration from NAU in the US. She speaks 7 languages and has traveled extensively on behalf of her clients in Europe and Asia.
Alejandra serves as Director for Centipid’s Trade Compliance and Logistics divisions, helping our clients optimize their supply chains through smart transportation procurement strategies and risk-based, global compliance management. Prior to Centipid, Alejandra worked at Bloomberg developing new products for money markets and mergers and acquisitions in the Latin American market. She’s worked in both project management and product development for more than 15 years. She specializes in Latin American logistics and trade compliance and has deep expertise working on projects in Europe and Asia. Her analytical skills and understanding of client needs has led her to increase the market share of the companies for which she has worked. She has a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from ITAM.
Anna serves as Director for Centipid’s CTPAT division, helping our clients manage their CTPAT programs, prepare for validations and ensure their internal processes comply with the ever-changing requirements of worldwide supply chain security programs. She accumulated a decade of experience working in customs for the Hungarian government where she was responsible for the oversight of import/export activities of numerous companies involved in alcohol, tobacco, and other products. She graduated from the School of the National Tax and Customs Administration in Budapest, Hungary in 1999, speaks fluent Hungarian, and has experience working with multiple European nations.
Karen serves as an affiliate of Centipid, supporting the team in the development and delivery of best-in-class solutions to our clients. Most recently, she served as President of a public, global logistics service provider and she’s held positions across the supply chain, with more than 30 years’ experience in Customs brokerage, freight forwarding, trade compliance, cargo security and supply chain technology solutions. Karen has traveled extensively in Asia, with particular emphasis on mainland China. She is a founding member of the Coalition of New England Companies for Trade (CONECT) and is its current Chair. She’s a past member of CBP’s 12th and 13th COACs (Commercial Operations Advisory Committee), and currently serves on the COAC’s AD/CVD subcommittee.